Wolf Gowin is a sculptor, printer, sound performer and writer whose work has been exhibited and collected on three continents. He resides in Temecula on a tree-farm.
In “CMC City Meets Country” he, along with Thomas Zear Beyrooty will be applying digital and analog sounds, as well as live sound to describe the difference and similarities between urban and rural settings. As the sounds clash and collide with each other, we hope to achieve a sense of oneness. City and country are increasingly different from each other, not only political, as we can experience today; but the soundscape seems to increase in the cities whereas the country demonstrates a decreasing noise level. In the tradition of David Tudor and John Cage, we are playing both soundscapes at the same time, looking for the silence to come.